Career at the Faculty of Education of Masaryk University

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About faculty

“The mission Faculty of Education of Masaryk University is to prepare high-quality future teachers and educators (including special education teachers and social pedagogues) for a rapidly changing society and to develop relevant research and creative activities in order to fulfil the social responsibility and develop the values to which the university has long subscribed.”

Strategic Plan of the MU Faculty of Education for the years 2021–2028

The best teaching faculty in the Czech Republic

According to the Týden magazine (8/2019), the MU Faculty of Education is the best Faculty of Education in the Czech Republic.

We ranked in the top 500 worldwide

In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020, Masaryk University is ranked 400+ in the field of Education.

Why work for us?

We understand our field

We have the know-how that we share with each other and pass on to our students. We are among the best in the country in the field in which we operate.

Mutual cooperation

We lead professional discussions, consult and share feedback. We develop things together and help each other.

We take care of our employees

We are constantly improving working conditions and are seeking the opinions of our employees. We offer a wide range of benefits, which we are continuously expanding.

Social role of the faculty

We link teaching, research and social responsibility. We are involved in projects with significant social impact in the South Moravian Region, the Czech Republic and abroad.

Internal education

We offer a wide range of educational courses for our employees, support the acquisition of foreign experience and guide career development.

We promote the principles of gender equality

We strive to ensure equal opportunities for development, access to resources, and representation in academic bodies and leadership positions.

Foreign placements

We offer the opportunity to gain foreign experience and participate in conferences, internships, internationalization and networking.

We have a tradition

The Faculty of Education of Masaryk University has been educating future teachers since 1946.

What benefits do we offer?

Employment in a prestigious institution

  • Faculty awarded the HR Excellence in Research Award (2021)
  • Ranking in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 at position 400+
  • Best Faculty of Education in the Czech Republic according to Týden magazine (8/2019)
  • Membership in the European Teacher Education Network (since 2017)
  • Most desirable faculty of education in the Czech Republic among applicants
  • Cooperation with faculty schools and clinical schools

Career development and growth

  • Language and other courses
  • Education, attending conferences
  • Possibility to take part in foreign trips and internships
  • Use of MUNI libraries
  • Mentoring
  • Opportunity to become a supervisor or mentor
  • Connecting science with teaching activities
  • Funding for external development
  • Support for women's development, sharing the successes of colleagues

Working environment

  • Well-equipped environment
  • Refreshments and the Kafinet café in the Faculty of Education building
  • Own canteen directly on the faculty campus
  • Award of the Dean's Prize of the Faculty of Education of MU
  • Friendly and supportive team
  • Affordable location in the centre of Brno
  • Parking available on the campus
  • Equipped kitchenettes and water tanks at individual workplaces

Organisation of work

  • 6 or 8 weeks' holiday
  • Flexible working hours
  • Onboarding and adaptation support, training/mentor
  • Employee mobile tariffs
  • PC, software licenses

Financial benefits

  • Contribution to supplementary pension scheme
  • Allowance for meals and the possibility of eating in canteens with a wide choice of meals

Use of free time

  • Multisport card
  • Gym on site
  • Faculty Children's Centre PiDiMuňátka
  • Discounts at the Scala cinema
  • Events for employed persons and their families

How can a career be developed?

The Faculty of Education at Masaryk University brings together experts in the field. It supports the development of individuals with a wide range of subject knowledge, but also professional and personal competencies that are universal and creates the prerequisite for a promising career and an active approach to life. It creates various opportunities for its employees to develop, learn and gain experience from abroad.


Career development - the advancement or improvement of qualifications - is based on individual development plans and periodic evaluations of employees. Career growth and development are possible at the faculty at the horizontal level (transfer to a position where there is a change in the job position and the nature of the work) and vertical level (career progression to a position in a higher wage class) - see Evaluation Concept (internal document).

Career paths

For academic positions and for non-academic positions in research and development area:

  1. education, research, and development (these activities relate mainly to areas such as research/development and innovation, transfer of results, publishing activities, and teaching);
  2. education (these activities relate mainly to teaching, e.g., direct teaching, consultation, supervision of theses, and publishing activities – especially for educational purposes);
  3. research and development (these activities relate mainly to research/development and innovation, transfer of results, and publishing activities).

The European categorization of research positions, the so-called R1-R4 research profiles (European Framework for Research Careers) reflects the classification of academic and non-academic employees in research and development at Masaryk University in this Methodology Sheet.

A general overview of career pathways is provided in the infographic below.


The institutionalization of development and training at the Masaryk University level is under the auspices of the Competence Development Centre (CERPEK). This is a common platform for training male and female employees at the University.

Additional resources for employee development:

Career counselling

For career counseling matters, please contact the Muni Career Center. Employees can also consult the topic with the Human Resources Department or with the Department Heads.

The Education Coordinator Science Support - training directory Career Pathways Infographic Competency models for positions at FEd MU

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions



What principles are applied during the selection procedure?

The selection procedure for academic staff members, as well as for other employees, is carried out in accordance with the Masaryk University Selection Procedure Regulations. Individual points are further elaborated in the faculty’s Dean’s Measure No. 7/2022 – Selection Procedure Rules of the FEd MU.
Equal opportunity requirements are respected, including taking into account the specifics of people’s individual social groups and the specifics of people with sensory and physical disabilities. There shall be no discrimination or unequal treatment on the grounds of age, sex, social, or other disadvantages during the selection procedure.
We respect the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We handle applicants’ personal data carefully to ensure no unauthorized handling occurs. Within the faculty’s HR Strategy, when recruiting and selecting employees we also respect the principles of OTM-R recruitment (open, transparent, and merit-based recruitment).

Can the selection procedure be interrupted or canceled?

Yes, the announcer may extend, interrupt, or cancel the selection procedure.

How many rounds does the selection procedure at the Faculty of Education have?

The selection procedure at the Faculty of Education MU usually has two rounds. After the deadline for receiving applications, the first administrative round takes place, in which the sent materials and their compliance with the requirements of the position are evaluated. Applicants whose profile and experience best meet the requirements of the position (considering the needs of the unit) are then invited to the second round of the selection procedure for an interview with the selection committee.

Phases of the selection procedure:

What form does the selection interview take?

The selection interview usually takes the form of a semi-structured interview, which may be linked to knowledge testing, personality tests, case studies, and attestation from additional materials or other documents verifying the compliance of the applicant’s profile with the requirements of the job.


How do I apply for a job vacancy?

You can find information on how to apply for a job vacancy in the relevant advert. First, you need to fill in the e-application form (see the link in the electronic application section in the advert) and upload the required documents. After successfully submitting your e-application, you will receive automatic confirmation of its submission and then be informed of the subsequent procedure.

Where can I find out what the requirements for a published position are?

The requirements for a given position are published in the text of the advert for the announced position in the section Our requirements/What are our requirements.

What is the deadline for submitting applications for the selection procedure?

The application submission deadline is at least 30 days from the announcement of an academic position, and usually at least 14 days for other positions (i.e. non-academic). This deadline is always specified in the job advert.

Can I apply for the selection procedure even after the deadline of the application period has passed?

Once the application deadline (stated in the advert) has passed, it is no longer possible to apply for the given job.

How many applicants is the job vacancy open for?

The number of vacancies (open jobs) is published directly in the job description advert.

When will the applicant know the outcome of the selection procedure?

The announcer will notify all applicants of the result of the selection procedure without delay after the decision has been made.

How is the winner of the selection procedure announced?

The name of the selected applicant is published on the MU website after the selection procedure is finished. All applicants are informed about its outcome.

When can I expect a response on the possible referral or non-referral to the next round of the selection procedure?

All applicants are continuously informed about the progress of the selection procedure, about their referral or non-referral within individual rounds, as well as about the outcome of the selection procedure.


What form does the application take?

For selection procedures at the Faculty of Education MU, we accept applications submitted electronically, in the form of so-called e-applications.

What documents do I need to submit with my application?
The e-application for a selection procedure requires you to provide the materials specified in the advert for the given position. These are usually:

  • a structured curriculum vitae in PDF format,
  • a motivation letter in PDF format,
  • a copy of the documents of your highest educational attainment (without a notarial certificate),
  • other (e.g. an overview of publishing activities; references from 1–2 recent employers).

In the event of a failure to submit required documents when submitting an e-application, the applicant may be asked (only once) to present them by a specific date. If they do not deliver the materials by the expiration of the deadline, they will not be admitted to the next round of the selection procedure for interview.


How many members are on the selection committee for each selection procedure?

The number of committee members when selecting academic positions must be odd, and consist of no less than five members (including the chairperson). The number of members for other positions (i.e. non-academic) is not fixed.

Who is a member of the committee?
Committee members are always representatives of the unit for which the selection procedure is announced, usually including the head of such unit. For the job of associate professor, professor, researcher III and IV, and extraordinary professor, the committee must also include a foreign expert (a person of foreign nationality not permanently active in the Czech Republic; in exceptional cases, a Czech citizen not active in the Czech Republic may also be considered a foreign expert).

The committee may not include a person in a close personal relationship with the applicant, or a person who is themselves applying for the position.


Where can I find job vacancies (current open positions)?

Current vacancies (open positions) at the Faculty of Education can be found advertised in English here:

All job vacancies at Masaryk University can be found on the website of Masaryk University in the section Open positions

Where do you advertise job vacancies?

In addition to the official website of Masaryk University and the Faculty of Education MU, we usually use the following portals for advertising:

Faculty of Education (in Czech), (in English)

Masaryk University (

Prá (

THE unijobs (

Other portals according to sectoral practices, or Facebook, LinkedIn, Indeed (, and Euraxess (EURAXESS | Researchers in Motion (


Does the faculty support career development?

Yes, career development is supported at the Faculty of Education. An annual evaluation of employees is conducted and development plans are set out. Persons employed at the FEd MU enjoy benefits to support their development, e.g. language courses, training courses, and access to MUNI libraries are all free of charge.


What benefits do you offer employees at FEdu MU?

Employees of the Faculty of Education draw on a wide range of benefits. A summary is available on the Career webpage​ - What benefits do we offer.


What do I have to do before I start work?

Before entering the employment relationship, an e-mail containing relevant instructions and information on entering employment is sent to the selected applicant. As part of pre-boarding formalities, the newly employed person must undergo an occupational medical examination.

Who pays for the medical examination?

Upon presentation of the relevant confirmation of payment, the employer will reimburse the costs of the medical examination to the employed person once they have started work.


Where can I get up-to-date information related to the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Faculty of Education MU operates under the university traffic-light system, which defines the current measures and restrictions in force on MU premises. The MU Crisis Board determines its level. Measures currently in force and more details on individual levels of the measure can be found at


Where can I find the information I need regarding employment at Masaryk University (MUNI) or at one of its faculties?
All necessary information can be found in the International Employee Guide prepared by the MUNI Centre for International Cooperation. Https://

What is the Centre for International Cooperation?
Masaryk University’s Centre for International Cooperation coordinates international activities for the entire university. On behalf of our students it mediates study stays and internships abroad, and organizes exchange programmes for university employees. The centre also takes care of international students and workers coming to MU on exchange programmes.

How can the International Staff Office (ISO) help me?

The ISO is the university advisory centre for all foreign employees who participate in MU projects for over 3 months on the basis of a long-term stay for the purpose of scientific research or a work permit.

For more information on those areas where this organization can be helpful, please refer to


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In terms of area and population size, Brno is the second-largest city in the Czech Republic (382,405 inhabitants as of 2021), and is located in the southern part of Moravia. It is the administrative and cultural centre of the South Moravian Region, about 207 km from the capital city of Prague.

According to the Quality of Life Index, drawn up annually by the multinational professional services network Deloitte (based on publicly available data on health, the environment, healthcare availability, optimal material conditions, sufficiency of services, and community relations, etc.), Brno recently came 7th in terms of quality of life (see

Where can I find other essential information about living in Brno?
Further practical information about life in Brno is provided free of charge by the Brno Expat Centre Other sources are the website of the Centre for International Cooperation (CZS) and at

Life in Brno

Brno is a city of universities, a business hub and a great place to live. It’s a city full of galleries, museums, cafés, clubs and festivals. Brno is a lively and creative place waiting for you to discover. 

Closer look

Brno and the South Moravian Region

The South Moravian Region is located in the South East part of the Czech Republic and shares a border with Austria and Slovakia. Its extensive wine growing areas, its wealth of folk songs and folk customes and its surviving folk traditions distinguishes thi region. Brno is the center of the Sout Moravian Region and the second largest city in the Czech Republic.

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Metropolis of Science

  • 5 Universities
  • 4 Centres of Excellence 
  • 11 Regional Research Centres
  • 5 National Competence Centres

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